“What Makes a Great Film” Film Class
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“What Makes a Great Film” Film Class (Free)
When: Thursday March 8th
Where: BGVC Community Center 103 Harris Street (Breckenridge Library) Hopefull/Discovery Room (lower level)
The free class is being taught by Craig Volk who has his MFA from the Yale School of Drama. He spent over a decade as a writer in the film and television industry in Hollywood, including the Emmy winning series “Northern Exposure.” He has also written, directed and produced narrative and documentary shorts. As a judge he served on panels for various state arts councils, the PEN-USA awards, the Denver Film Festival, and for the Television Arts and Sciences College Television and Prime time Emmy’s review units. Currently, he teaches writing and production courses in the Film and Television Program at UC-Denver. He also heads up the Documentary category for the Breckenridge Film Festival this year.
This is an opportunity for experienced reviewers and those who are interested in becoming involved in reviewing for the Breckenridge Film Festival.
As space is limited, please rsvp to [email protected] by February 23rd.
*If you can’t make the class but are interested in reviewing, email the above.